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A Selected List of Books and Articles on Japan in English, French, and German, Rev. and Enl. edition

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ISBN 9780674798007

Publication Date: 07/01/1990

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  • I. Bibliographies
    • A. Standard Bibliographies
    • B. Special Bibliographies
  • II. Reference Works
  • III. Periodicals
  • IV. Geography
    • A. Maps
    • B. Guide and Pilot Books
    • C. General Geography
    • D. Systematic Geography
    • E. Regional Studies
  • V. History
    • A. Historiography
    • B. General History
    • C. Archaeology
    • D. Early History to 1156
    • E. Medieval History, 1156–1600
    • F. Modern History to 1853
    • G. Economic History to 1853
    • H. Foreign Relations to 1853
    • I. Recent History to World War I, 1853–1914
    • J. Foreign Relations, 1853–1914
    • K. Recent History from World War I to Pearl Harbor, 1914–41
    • L. Foreign Relations, 1914–41
  • VI. World War II and Occupation, 1941–52
  • VII. Economics
    • A. General
    • B. Population, Income and Living Standards
    • C. Finance and Banking
    • D. Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
    • E. Industry, Trade and Transport
    • F. War Economy, Postwar Recovery and Reform
  • VIII. Government and Politics
    • A. General
    • B. Special Studies
    • C. Laws, Statutes and Treaties
  • IX. Sociology and Ethnology
    • A. Life and Society
    • B. Folklore
    • C. Tea Ceremony
    • D. Jujutsu (Judo)
    • E. Japanese Abroad
    • F. Ainu
    • G. Ryukyu
  • X. Education and Journalism
  • XI. Mythology, Religion and Philosophy
    • A. General
    • B. Mythology
    • C. Shinto
    • D. Buddhism
    • E. Confucianism
    • F. Christianity
  • XII. Language
    • A. General
    • B. Phonetics
    • C. Grammars and Textbooks
    • D. Writing and Romanization
    • E. Dictionaries
  • XIII. Literature
    • A. General
    • B. Prose: Classical to circa 1200
    • C. Prose: Medieval to 1600
    • D. Prose: Modern to 1867
    • E. Prose: Contemporary, 1868 through 1952
    • F. Poetry: General
    • G. Poetry: Classic
    • H. Poetry: Modern (Haiku)
    • I. Poetry: Contemporary
    • J. Drama: General
    • K. Drama: Classical (No and Kyogen)
    • L. Drama: Modern (Kabuki and Joruri)
    • M. Drama: Contemporary
  • XIV. Art
    • A. General
    • B. Architecture
    • C. Sculpture
    • D. Painting
    • E. Color Prints
    • F. Applied Arts
    • G. Gardens
    • H. Illustrative Materials
    • I. Flower Arrangement
    • J. Music and the Dance

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